TANO Tracking & Reports on Texas Legislative Session
Whether a proposed bill strengthens nonprofit organization viability under Texas law or unduly burdens or threatens their status;
whether the legal liability of nonprofit board members or officers, staff or volunteers is increased;
whether current “charitable immunity” and “good faith” legal protections remain in place;
whether laws governing nonprofits are necessary, understandable and based on reasonable public policy concerns;
whether nonprofit advocacy is protected;
whether ongoing nonprofit organization operations and finances are complicated by new governmental regulations; and
whether nonprofit organization disclosure and accountability requirements remain reasonable and balanced.
Access pending bills before Texas House of Representatives and/or Senate at Texas Legislature Online.
Access Federal legislation can at Thomas Legislative Information Online, a service of the Library of Congress
Richard W. Meyer, Attorney at Law and TANO Board Chair & Vice-President for Public Policy & Advocacy, represents TANO on governmental, public policy and legislative issues that may arise before legislative, governmental bodies or agencies at the state, federal or local levels. His regular updates on such activities are distributed to TANO members.